Journeys and badges in cybersecurity,
college prep, space science, and more!
Hooray! More new Girl Scout Journeys and badges are on the way!
Combined with existing programs, these new Journeys and badges help
girls empower themselves to unleash their inner strengths and
accomplish amazing things.
From test prep to financial aid, Ambassadors walk through all the steps of the college admission process and get ready to attend the school of their choice.
Engineering | Think Like an Engineer: Girls discover how to think like an engineer by participating in hands-on design challenges and complete a Take Action project.
Computer Science | Think Like a Programmer: Girls learn how programmers solve problems by participating in computational-thinking activities and complete a Take Action project.
Computer Science | Cybersecurity: Girls learn how computers and
the internet work and apply the concepts of safety and protection to
the technology they use every day.
Engineering | Mechanical Engineering: Girls use design thinking to complete hands-on mechanical engineering design challenges.
Engineering | Robotics: Girls learn how robots are designed, built, and programmed. “Unplugged” activities allow girls to earn badges without kits.
Space Science: Girls learn all about the Solar System and our place in it. Just like real space scientists, girls explore, observe, and investigate the Sun, Moon, and stars and discover that space is bigger and even more exciting than they may have imagined.
From learning to care for our planet to minimizing our ecological impact outdoors to advocating for nature, girls learn how to become stewards of our precious environment.
After hearing feedback from parents and leaders, GSUSA has announced a title change to the Cadette badge "Eating for Beauty."
"We agree with the concern expressed that the content of the badge booklet, which addresses nutrition and health, is not accurately reflected in the title. For that reason, we recently brought this concern to a focus group of 75 Cadettes, who reviewed the badge and recommended changing the title to "Eating for You." We are in the process of making this change throughout our program materials. Thank you so much for your patience as we work to have it changed in all locations."
We're looking forward to sharing stories of how local Girl Scouts and volunteers are enjoying the new STEM and Outdoor badges & journeys! Share your Program in Action Story today!
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